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News Links | June 15, 2017

June 15, 2017

Spokane Falls Community College math instructor retiring after 50 years | Community colleges’ computer system costs mount, schedule delayed | Edmonds Community College to showcase training center at Paris Air Show | Long journey for Clark College grad-to-be from Syria | Centralia College president reflects on first year at helm | $630,000 grant to help CBC students focus their goals | Parents fight to keep special needs daughter in general education classes | Clark College food pantry plan advances >>

News Links | June 1, 2017

June 01, 2017

Art program puts a new face on downtown Bremerton | Impaired vision just a hurdle for TEC senior | This teen mom has bipolar disorder and a baby. She’s making it work | Former SVC President Jim Ford dies at 89 | Centralia College student, 58, continues education after getting diploma | Washington communities recognized for planning for growth | Huntington’s disease is going to kill him, but this Bellingham scientist is tackling it head-on | Mercer Canyons tops Indy International with $17 Cab | Washington prisoners get chance to pursue 2-year degrees >>

News Links | May 23, 2017

May 23, 2017

New leader of Washington’s community college system plans to push for more money | Skagit Valley College campaigns to remove barriers to success | Cellarbration raises money for scholarships | JBLM graduates receive their diplomas | South Puget Sound Community College brews up innovative new program | Swinomish donate police vehicle to college program | Clark College receives math grant | Carlyle Care Center in downtown Spokane to stop serving residents with severe mental illness | TCC's new Community Health degree approved | WVC offering new bachelor degree in nursing | Telling a story and making money with numbers | CPTC shows off cool tech & hot careers at career conference >>

News Links | May 4, 2017

May 04, 2017

When new technology fails | Mayor Ed Murray won’t speak at Seattle Colleges commencement | Relocated marine life appears healthy in Puget Sound | Plant Amnesty arborists donate a day of pruning to the Arboretum at South Seattle College | SFCC instructor known as ‘Doc Polly’ named Washington community colleges’ faculty member of the year | SPSCC students want a $16 million Health and Wellness Center. Here’s how they plan to pay for it. | Could small-town Harvards revive rural economies? | TRiO Educational Opportunity Center opens at South Seattle College | Renton Technical College to open $20 million automotive technology complex >>

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